of Paris, AR
June 6, 1948 - August 15, 2021
Ralph C. Hamilton, 73, of Paris, Arkansas passed away on Sunday, August 15, 2021 in Paris. He was born on June 6, 1948 in Paris to his late parents, Von and Mamie (Spencer) Hamilton. Ralph was a United States Army Veteran and was retired from the Logan County Road Department. He enjoyed hunting and fishing. He is survived by his daughter, Alice Bennett of Paris; one stepdaughter, Diane Helton of Magazine; two sons, Dennis Hamilton and wife Jana of Ardmore, Oklahoma and Billy Hamilton of Magazine; five sisters, Retha Phillips of Paris, Jessie Robinson of Paris, Mary Hamilton of Booneville, Leeann Floyd of Charleston and Lucille Hamilton of Booneville; seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m., on Saturday, August 21, 2021 at the First Assembly of God Church in Paris. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris.
You will be missed
So sorry for your loss, this family was close friends to me when I lived in Paris... Prayers and thoughts to this family.
So sorry for your loss he was a close family friend for 60 years my Grandma thought the world of him he will be deeply missed
I got to know Ralph working with him at Correll table factory in Charleston. Always a laugh, funny guy, God bless and rest in peace
So sorry to hear about Ralph's passing. Prayers for his family and friends.
Sorry for your lost I knew Ralph for the most of my life
Prayers to the family and friends. I enjoyed listening to his story's and playing Domino's with him. My he join the domino table with all his old friends that went before him.
Sorry for the family loss. Ralph is my cousin and as a kid he tease me and his sisters alot. He was good friends with my brothers. So I know they will miss him alot.
My heartfelt sympathy to Ralph's family. We love you all and have many good memories of growing up with you at Paris. God Bless you and give you peace.
Sorry for you loss I got to know Ralph from our working days at Ark. Charcoal Co, Always a cut up and a genuinely good soul and though like so many friends our paths took differant turns but I still thought of him from time to time and a smile would always come with the memory
Prayers for the family. Ralph was one of a kind and will be missed
Ralph will never be forgotten. Known him all of my life. My dad and Ralph were good friends and I was privilege to get to know him and play dominoes with him and my dad. Sending my condolences and prayers to the family.
I am so sorry of the passing of Ralph.. I remember him from school...may God give you peace and comfort during this difficult time...prayers for you all
We were so sorry to hear about Ralph's passing into eternity and we knowthat his loss is felt by the whole extended family.
So sorry for the loss of your brother and uncle. He was a good guy and a good domino player. Larry
So sorry for the loss of your loved one. The family will be in my thoughts & prayers
Our deepest symphathy to the Hamilton family. We were privileged to know him.
Ralph was a good man and we were privileged with the time we spent with him. Prayers for the family at this time.
RIP ole friend. Thanks for the memories and good times..
My condolences to the family There's no words that I can say that would be enough to let you know how sad I am to hear of the passing of my friend. I will always remember our last game of dominoes 5 out of 5. (For The Love of The Game) Ralph always said you can't beat a winner.
I'm so sorry for your loss Alice and family anything I can do just call